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EE 481 Microwave Engineering
Exam #2
100 points
November 13, 2013
10:00-10:50 AM
Turn off and store your mobile telephone and other electronic devices. A calculator is the only
electronic device you may operate
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EE 481-Microwave Engineering
Homework #1
20 points
Date Assigned: 8/26
Due: 8/30
1.1 Text problem 2.1, but assume a 100-Q coaxial line.
1.2 Text problem 2.2, but assume a frequency of 900 MHz. (See the 481 text and your EE 382
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EE 481 - Microwave Engineering
Homework #2
25 points
Date Assigned: 8/30
Date Due: 9/6
2.1 A long TL is open circuited at one end. A source is connected at the other end and produces
a 3-V amplitude sinusoidal steady state voltage
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EE 481 - Microwave Engineering
Homework #3
35 points
Date Due: 9113
Date Assigned: 9/6
3.1
Text problem 2.8, but for a transmission line of physical length 0.35 A.
3.2
Derive (2.71) in the text.
3.3
Derive an expression for th
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EE 481 - Microwave Engineering
Homework #5
35 points
5.1
Text problem 5.4 assuming a 50-0 line.
5.2
Repeat the previous problem using only the Smith chart. Clearly indicate your steps on
the Smith chart.
5.3
Text problem 2.24
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EE 481 - Microwave Engineering
Homework #6
30 points
Date Due: 10111
Date Assigned: 10/4
6.1
Text problem 4.7
6.2
Compute the S parameters for a series resistance of 35 Q with reference to a 50-Q system
impedance. Repeat this S ma
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Homework #8
25 points
Date Assigned: I
8.1
The scattering parameters of a certain two-port network were measured to be
Sll=0.3+jO.7, SI2=S21=jO.6, and S22=0.3-jO.7. Calculate the equivalent
impedance paramete
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EE 481 - Microwave Engineering
Homework #10
20 points
Date Assigned: 1111
Date Due: 1118
10.1 Text problem 7.8.
10.2 Text problem 7.10.
10.3 Analyze the circuit below for the voltage V2 using two different approaches. For th